Max's owner said "he didn't want a broken dog."
Late at night Troy Animal Rescue Project were tagged in a post on an Enterprise, AL yard sale site. A young woman had hit a German Shepherd and was trying to get help for him.
He was taken to the shelter by police. Then the worst thing possible happened. The previous owner waiting days to contact back the shelter then told them he did “Not want a broken dog” and instead wanted to sign him over.
Rescuers were waiting and got there within minutes to take the man’s “broken dog”. Although euthanasia was recommended due to his injury and the cost to fix it, Troy Animal Rescue Project committed to him and knew he deserved a chance.
His front leg will require surgery and pins to fix the break. His back leg will require intensive treatment - while it is not broken, the muscles and tendons were literally scraped from his bone. Max has a long way ahead of him - with an estimate of at least a week at the vets office and weeks of recovery after.
The vet bills for Max will be extensive. The surgery and care will be intense. We are in desperate need of financial assistance to help this beautiful boy.
Now we are asking for the public’s help. We have created this special page to help raise funds needed to save his life. With every tee, hoodie, bracelet, or dog accessory purchased, you can help save Max.
Troy Animal Rescue Project
Troy Animal Rescue Project (T.A.R.P.) is a no kill, foster based rescue that operates out of Troy, Troy Animal Rescue Project is dedicated to saving the lives of homeless pets in Troy, AL and surrounding areas. We pull dogs from the City of Troy Pound and find them forever homes or send them to rescue that can!